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. "we must trust in the mighty power of god's mercy. we are all sinners, but his grace transforms us and makes us new." just ahead, benedict's health, his replacement, and what's next for the catholic church. "newsroom" starts now. >>> good morning. thank you so much for joining me. i'm carol costello. we begin with a bombshell greeting 1 billion catholics around the world. their spiritual leader, pope benedict xvi stepping down at the end of the month. we're bringing you all the angles of this developing story. joining me now for this hour's special coverage, chris cuomo, he's in new york. >> good morning, carol. great to joining here. >>> shocking news because this simply hasn't been done. it's been almost 600 years since a pope resigned. it was gregory xii. it was to end the civil war. the question becomes why is pope benedict doing this now? we're going to get reaction first because no one saw this coming, certainly in this country. let's start off our coverage with deb feyerick in st. patrick's cathedral in new york city, the center of the american catholic tradition here. deb,
-mail as anything that we should all be shocked or superconcerned about it. i mean, every one of us can produce an e-mail from a white house, it doesn't matter of which party, that is far more ominous than what woodward got. >> what do you think? >> i think the bigger picture is -- the woodward thing is fun to talk about for a couple of days but we're on the verge of the perfectly dysfunctional political equilibrium with the sequester that may perpetuate itself indefinitely. this is happening now, the budget stuff at the end of march where the government may run out of funding, you've got the debt limit again coming back in may or june. so, this is going to stretch on for months in this kind of dysfunction that's insane. >> and, of course, we've been talking about the pope. we have ten seconds until we get to the next show. >> i hope the papal conclave doesn't last that long but with senator kerry meeting with the syrian opposition in rome, all roads lead to rome today. >> we're watching it. watching it. >>> "cnn newsroom" with carol costello begins right now. >>> happening now in the "newsroom," sa
, the daytona 500, even run tomorrow? but to start us off tonight, we have new incredible video of today's fiery crash. we take you right into the stands, in the middle of the chaos. watch. and here's how it all started. the multi-car smash-up happened seconds before the checkered flag at today's nationwide series race. the cars were packed tonight jostling for position racing at the top of their speed. they got tangled up. the collision sent kyle larson's 32 car hurtling toward the fence that's supposed to protect the fans. some crashing through and over that fence. 14 people were taken to hospitals. frantic repairs to the track are going on right now as we speak. we'll update you on this story throughout the hour tonight. nascar reacted immediately to the crash. i talked with driver brad keselowski just moments after it happened. at that point, he didn't know about the injuries. we now know 28 people were hurt, two critically. brad tells us what happens from a race car driver's perspective. >> i think you look at the wreck. there was a battle for the lead. i was driving the 22 car. and there w
use, liver disease and before you reduce or stop cymbalta. dizziness or fainting may occur upon standing. take the next step. talk to your doctor. cymbalta can help. >>> i'm ashley banfield and we're tracking breaking news. we start in wilmington, delaware. a shooting at a courthouse. this is the scene currently as we look at it. there are two women who have been killed and the alleged gunman also killed in a shoot-out with officers there. two officers also hurt in this incident. the details of who the alleged gunman is and why he may have opened fire still not known to us. but we're following this very carefully, two capital police officers they're called there in delaware. delaware capital police officers injured. and we're watching to see the significance of their injuries, as well. we'll update you as we got more information. but there you have it, three dead in a courthouse shooting there. >>> and now to a shocker out of vatican city. pope benedict xvi stepping down. he'll retire at the end of the month in order to late younger man take over as pope. here is part of the res
. he should be calling us from somewhere, camp david you wherever, and discuss the cuts. >> reporter: one thing we have been seeing the blame game, trying to make the american public feel like one party is more responsible for all the bad things that are going to happen if these cut goes through, like these long airport lines and no more fun for food safety inspections, that sort of thing. there's a new poll out by pew and "usa today" that suggests the white house may have the upper hand here winning this argument it is the gop to blame. 31% of those polled said they would blame president obama if these forced spending cuts go through. 49% would blame republicans in congress and only about 11% would blame both sides, frederica. >> and we have heard a bit about what agencies would be hit, such as transportation, even defense. are there any departments or agencies that might be exempt from these cuts potentially? >> reporter: sure there are some exempt. military personnel, the va, veterans affairs, also exempt. the other big area exempt is entitlements like medicare and medicaid and so
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opened fire still not known to us. but we're following this very carefully, two capital police officers they're called there in delaware. delaware capital police officers injured. and we're watching to see the significance of their injuries, as well. we'll update you as we got more information. but there you have it, three dead in a courthouse shooting there. >>> and now to a shocker out of vatican city. pope benedict xvi stepping down. he'll retire at the end of the month in order to late younger man take over as pope. here is part of the resignation letter. i have come to the certainty that my strengths, due to an advanced age, are no longer suited to be adequate exercise of the petri there. e ministry. i thank you most sincerely for all of the love and work with which you have supported me in my ministry and i ask pardon for all my defects. here is reaction from the archbishop of new york, high he ranking catholic in the united states. >> my appreciation for him which was already high is enhanced a bit because with this sense of realism that he has such an esteem for the off
to a man whose wife is stuck on that ship. >>> north korea thumbing its nose at the u.s. and the international community by carrying out a new, more powerful nuclear test. is the first one under kim jong-un, press obama calls it a threat to u.s. security and world peace. the first indication of the underground test came when seismologists detected a tremor in an area not known for earthquakes. >>> in his state of the union speech tonight, president obama will announce 34,000 u.s. troops will be home from afghanistan by this time next year. jake tapper, the first to break the news after talking to sources who know about the president's speech. the move's going to cut the number of troops in afghanistan by more than half. troop reductions will continue through the end of next year. >>> so more than 4,000 people if you can imagine this, stuck on this cruise ship, disabled cruise ship. they are hot. they are hungry. they are holding their noses because toilets are overflowing. folks feeling desperate now. the ship is finally on the move. you have tugboats towing it to mobile
for joining us. i'm fredricka whitfield. the top stories we're following for you right now, the vatican is sapphiring back against media reports on sex, money and gay priests calling them unverified or completely false would if italian publications claim pope benedict decided to resign the same day he received an explosive report on a gay lobby lurking in the vatican. cnn's senior international correspondent ben wedeman is in rome. >> they are blasting in uncharacteristically strong terms, fredricka, are these reports, reports that appeared in a daily newspaper, "la repubblica" and a week live magazine panorama which suggests that indeed this group of three cardinals who were assigned by pope benedict to look into wrongdoing in the vatican found or allegedly uncovered, according to these publications a network of gay priests within the vatican who were being blackmailed according to these reports by a network of male prostitutes in rome. now, the vatican is roundly denying that these reports taking place, accusing the italian media of trying to influence the conclave, that group of 116
of washington's host. for the rest of us, the white house is pointing out how spending cuts in almost every federal program and department are going to affect each state. let's go to a couple of them. for instance, north dakota, it stands to lose funding for ten of its public schools. and 200 kids will be cut from head start. 2,000 civilian defense employees will face furlough. in ohio, that state stands to lose 350 teachers and cut 2,500 preschoolers from head start. 26,000 defense furloughs are expected there as well. to california now. 320 schools are going to lose funding. 64,000 defense furloughs. almost 16,000 fewer children will be vaccinated in that state. pretty tough to see those numbers. in fact, i want to bring in my cnn colleague, wolf blitzer in washington and ali velshi here in new york as well. ali, let me start with you. the numbers seem to be staggering when you look at them state by state. overall when you hear $85 million to hit on friday, people across the country might say, that's a good start. but it's not -- it doesn't stop there. there's a lot more to it than that.
for the record books. we'll explain why in just a few moments, live from hollywood. >>> and stay with us, for our red carpet special beginning at 6:00 eastern time. >>> the far-reaching winter storm now dumping heavy snow across the central plains, denver has been slammed with several inches and is expected to get even more. and in the northeast, a messy weekend as well. this is what manchester new hampshire looks like. before it's all over, the winter storm could leave as much as ten inches of snow in some parts of new england. >>> all right on to south africa now. the older brother of oscar pistorius has also been charged in a woman's death. carl pistorius is charged with culpable homicide after an accident involving a motorcycle in 2010. the charges were initially dropped, but he is now facing a trial at the end of march. prosecutors say carl pistorius had been driving recklessly at the time of the accident. coming up, we'll talk about how this could impact oscar pistorius's murder case. >>> a suspect has been identified in the fatal shooting on the las vegas strip that left three dead. police
overrun. looking back, one of them said i'm surprised any of us made it out. but they are here today. and i would ask these soldiers, this band of brothers, to stand and accept the gratitude of our entire nation. >> there were many lessons from cop keating. one of them, our troops should never, ever be put in a position where they have to defend the indefensible. but that's what these soldiers did for each other, in sacrifice driven by pure love. and because they did, a grieving family was able to welcome their soldier home one last time and more soldiers are alive today to carry on, to keep alive the memory of their fallen brothers, to help make sure that this country that we love so much remains strong and free. what was it that turned the tide that day? how was it that so few americans prevailed against so many is we prepared for the reading of the citation, i'll leave you with the words of clint himself. because they say something about our army and they say something about america, they say something about our spirit, which iwill never be broken. we weren't going to be beat that
that case says social media has spurred a new class of crime. >> the use of social media to recruit young girls into the sex trade is definitely on the rise. preinternet, if they sent a letter to a young girl saying, you're cute, we think you should come work for us, it strikes me as impossible that that approach would have ever worked. so a crime like this, i think, simply couldn't have happened 15 or 20 years ago. >> reporter: one common move, having a woman reach out. >> i used to have to sit next to my ex-pimp and help him recruit girls. >> reporter: but those same pages used to recruit are also used to rescue. >> i can go and see who all liked this, and that can lead me to looking for girls who look like they need help. >> reporter: law enforcement sources say facebook reacts swiftly when notified of elicit activity on specific contacts. facebook says it takes human trafficking very seriously and built complex systems to flag and block such material. tag.com says it has numerous tech and educational tools to empower and protect users, and has a dedicated team to respond to unau
not drink alcohol. nick robertson is live in johannesburg, south africa, for us. what is the reaction of the people in south africa? this man was a hero. are they happy or disappointed that he was released on bail? >> reporter: he was a hero for them. and so many people here, in fact almost everyone, has followed this whether it's on twitter, step by step what's happening in the courtroom. the television headlines, local news, newspaper banner headlines. it's been there in people's faces. they've been following the bail hearings. but now there's a decision, it does seem people are divided over the outcome. >> i think it's fair. i think the man is not -- we don't know if he's guilty or not. and to trial him now it's not really fair, and i think they've set the right conditions for the bail. >> it's shocking to think that despite of all the evidence that have mounted up against him, he still managed to get bail, you know? it ae it's -- i guess a reflection of our judicial system after all. >> reporter: well, his family says they're pleased to have him home. they know their lives have ch
. >> it is what inspires us, right? it lifts our spirit to something more majestic than ourselves. so it really facilitates our prayer, i think. >> it's what andrew greeley used to call the poetry of catholicism that binds us to the church even when we have our problems with it. and i think that's true. and you're also looking at a church that has always known the power of art and the power of art as a pathway to god. i mean it's -- you know, the answer to the reformation was really? look at the art of rome, you know, in the counter reformation and get back to us. >> the bird has lifted off, the papal helicopter. >> now, i am interested in helicopters, by the way, chris, and i am curious whether this is an augusta midland. very solid italian made helicopter that you can see through the bottom right in the front and i see that this one can. >> the brains and the control room. >> an augusta midland. >> what do we have? >> just the way he sat in it. by the way, they're very quiet. you don't have to wear head phones and things like that. >> we're getting that answer right now. >> they're thinking e
moment. none of us have seen us before and neither have ouran set offers. what are we going to see in the next few moments? >> what's going to happen is at that magic hour that rolls around and the papacy ends and the empty chair begins, you will see the doors close and it's happening as we speak. their mandate is to protect the governing authority of the church. when that is no longer pope benedict xvi they will return to take them around the college of pardons who will possess the full authority of the church. >> they are taking a salute and doing their ceremonial retreat and in they go. that is the end of the swiss guards protecting pope benedict xvi as pope. now they will turn over to the reigning authority. >> we are literally witnessing a historic first. cardinal francis george of chicago is here and will participate in the election and is fond of saying in the church, everything happened at least once. that's not true tonight. this never happened before. >> let's listen for a second. >> the doors have closed. what stronger symbol than that. the doors have closed on the papac
head. >>> and how about this for adorable. born without the use of his hind legs, this piglet has become an internet sensation. ♪ >> it doesn't get cuter. a quick-thinking vet made him a wheelchair from a set of knex toys. he's been wheeling and dealing ever since. his name, chris p. bacon. for more on his story, go to cnn.com. i'm loving that. >>> a new video on youtube showcases an apparent security flaw in the iphone 5. according to the video, iphone passwords can be hacked giving the owner to make calls, tinker with your contact list. involves using another phone to call the targeted phone, and then playing with the power button, no comment so far from apple. >>> a montana tv station says hackers broke into their emergency alert system this week and aired a warning that the dead are rising from their graves and attacking the living. listen here. >> civil authorities in your area have reported that the bodies of the dead are rising from their graves and attacking the living. follow the messages on screen that will be updated as information becomes available. >> a local paper,
children are being taken away from us. >> the president said children from violence-laden opportunities need help to get ahead. >>> this week, a meteor shower, asteroid, and now a fireball? this happened in the bay area last night. folks in that area say it looked like a shooting star. cnn does not know the source of the lights, but we are efforting an official statement for you. [ crash ] >>> first it was a flash across the sky and sonic booms. now the cleanup begins a day after that pakistani lar meteor -- spectacular meteor blast shook russia. people are trying to repair the damage. more than 1,000 have been injured, most from shattered glass. phil black is in the area where this happened. how much damage are we talking about, and what's the cost look like? >> reporter: susan, it's widespread. but not really substantial. most of the damage was inflicted upon glass and window frames. a big cleanup and repair operation to fix that is underway. the latest estimate from russian authorities here, though, is that the total bill will be around $300 million. >> do we know specifically about
. ♪ cisco. tomorrow starts here. cisco. (music throughout) why turbo? trust us. it's just better to be in front. the sonata turbo. from hyundai. . >>> if you didn't catch the grammys last night, carrie underwood's electric dress was awesome. here is what was terrific. british folk rock band mumford & sons winning album of the year. and then song of the year going to we are young by fun, who are also named best new artist, who are adorably saying we are young, the lyrics, look at us in hd, we are not young. thanks for watching everybody. newsroom international starts now. >>> welcome to newsroom international i'm suzanne malveaux, here's what is going on right now from the vatican. it's the resignation heard around the world. pope benedict xvi stepping down at the end of the month. he says because of his advanced age. he's no longer able to handle the demands of being pope. the last pope to resign was way back in 1415, i will have much more of what happens next. and what is ahead for the catholic church. >>> and former navy s.e.a.l. who reportedly fired the shot that killed osama
garibaldi i, or d, umberto ii. >>> don't forget to follow us on twitter and facebook and go to i tooun.com/fareed if you miss a show or special. this week's book will cost you $2, but it is worth much more. david leonard's e-book, "here's the deal." is the best guide to america's budget problems you're likely to find. brief, highly intelligent and genuinely fair and balanced. every voter should read it and many others as well. go to cnn.com/fareed where we have a link. now for the last look. what do you do after you're deposed as president of one of the world's most terrorist-infested failed states? if you're ali abdullah saleh of yemen, first you come to the u.s. to recover from old bombing injuries. then back home in yemen, you announce the opening of a museum all about -- yourself. yes, come one, come all to sunny sanaa, to see such priceless museum pieces of large portraits of mr. sala, and quite amazingly, the suit he was wearing during the aforementioned bombing. as well as some shrapnel that was recovered from his body. wow. the curator says the museum is almost ready to o
saying we are young, the lyrics, look at us in hd, we are not young. thanks for watching everybody. newsroom international starts now. >>> welcome to newsroom international i'm suzanne malveaux, here's what is going on right now from the vatican. it's the resignation heard around the world. pope benedict xvi stepping down at the end of the month. he says because of his advanced age. he's no longer able to handle the demands of being pope. the last pope to resign was way back in 1415, i will have much more of what happens next. and what is ahead for the catholic church. >>> and former navy s.e.a.l. who reportedly fired the shot that killed osama bin laden, he says he has no pension, no medical insurance, according to an article in esquire magazine, the man known only as the shooter packed a train to protect his family from al qaeda terrorists seeking revenge. i will talk with investigative reporter who talked to that navy s.e.a.l. in a few minutes. and the u.s. coast guard coming down to the rescue to help a cruise strip stranded in the gulf of mexico. more than 4200 passengers and
, believe it or not, for the nice fancy areas in manhattan, where they can't use really ugly stations, they have rock stations, where it looks like a rock, and you cannot tell, but inside, there's a hole where the rats go in and you put poison in there. wong said his company, has gotten more than twice as many complaints about rats and compared to a year ago. that is not what the state department is saying. they said that flooding can flush them out, but it can drown them. growing numbers or not, exterminator wood is said he sees new york in a whole different light. >> it's three years of doing it, you kind of get a -- you always oak looking over your shoulder. >> it's been keeping us busy. people's nightmare is a good thing for us. >> you can follow what is going on in the situation room on twitter, tweet me@wolf blitzer and tweet the show, and like us on facebook. thanks very much for watching. the news continues next on cnn. >>> i am don lemon and breaking news is that we are awaiting a press conference, a news conference that we expect to start in a moment, that will bring you the
joining us from the north lawn of the white house. the deadline is friday. these cut does affect all of us in one way or another, actually, we are back inside now. tell us how. >> reporter: well, you know, we are hearing about all kinds of bad effects if these cut goes into affect. 75,000 kids could lose access to head start. low-income senior citizens could lose food aid. talking about longer lines at airport security, delays, air traffic controllers, you see cuts there and also another example is food inspections there will be less money available to make sure our products like meat are safe to eat. everyone agrees these cuts, across-the-board cuts are a bad idea, people believe they should, both sides should be able to come together and agree on targeted cuts, really look what the needs to be cut. let's listen to what missouri democrat claire mccaskill said about this morning. >> why is it that we can't come to the table and agree what cuts need to happen? that's what we should be doing. we shouldn't be passing the blame to the executive branch or saying this is obama's sequester. the r
. thanks, guys. i certainly appreciate you joining us for our special edition of "starting point." "cnn newsroom" with carol costello begins right now. we'll see everyone back here tomorrow. >>> happening now in the "newsroom," the clock is ticking. >> it's a terrible way to cut spending. >> food safety inspectors, air traffic controllers, teachers all staring down as the budget cut looms. >> they're inflicting more pain on the middle class. >> the president should be calling us. >>> plus tires flying, an engine in flames, 21 fans injured, yet the daytona 500 races on. >> i just want to reiterate how important our fans are to us as we continue to keep them in our thoughts and prayers. >> seven people still in the hospital, and track safety questions remain unanswered. >>> also, emergency operations are activated as a life-threatening blizzard hits the plains again. >>> and "argo" takes home the oscar. >> i think everyone in the movie, worked on the movie, was in the movie, everyone involved with the movie gets thanks. >>> and seth macfarlane, the best or boob? the speeches, the dresses,
on clips at the oscars. they tossed those out and gave us wall to wall entertainment, and it was great. >> entertainment with a capital "e" at the oscars. >> and the hilarious loser. some of seth's songs were just bad and wrong, and some were pretty funny and well done. let's listen to the loser song, which is how he wrapped up the night and we'll wrap up the show this morning. >> here's to the losers. >> yes, the losers. ♪ >> "argo," man, come on. >> we love that "argo." >> we do. this is a long opening. >> it's a long one. ♪ here's to all the losing works of art ♪ ♪ from lincoln to amour ♪ to the disappointed actors wondering what they dressed up for ♪ ♪ now the real performance starts with phony smiles ♪ >> it was cute. it was funny. >> just cut it off and rush it out. they did the entertainment well. >> somebody said to me, it's the first time i've laughed that hard at the oscars in a really long time. >> he made it a show. very different. new producers, new host. i thought they did a good job. thanks, guys. i certainly appreciate you joining us for our special edit
known, angela merkel, julia gillard and others. that does it for us. "cnn newsroom" continues. >>> blackmail, sex, scandal. allegations involving the catholic church swirl as the pope gets ready to leave. i'm brooke baldwin. the news is now. >>> fresh off maternity leave, yahoo!'s new ceo tells employees work from the office or quit. we'll discuss. >>> plus, nascar back in the spotlight, as danica patrick sizzles and 50 cent strikes a chord about race in racing. >>> and never a dull moment when piers morgan schmoozes with celeb. >> give me a big loser face. >> piers will join me live on seth macfarlane, the oscar parties, and what surprised him the most. >>> hi, everyone. i'm brooke baldwin. good to be back in the chair. good to see you on this monday. let's begin with the vatican. the vatican is in damage control. accusations of sex, money, and cover-ups at the highest level of the church, just three days before pope benedict xvi steps down. two italian papers say the reason he's leaving has nothing to do with his health and much more so to do with his explosive 300 page repo
always oak looking over your shoulder. >> it's been keeping us busy. people's nightmare is a good thing for us. >> you can follow what is going on in the situation room on twitter, tweet me@wolf blitzer and tweet the show, and like us on facebook. thanks very much for watching. the news continues next on cnn. >>> i am don lemon and breaking news is that we are awaiting a press conference, a news conference that we expect to start in a moment, that will bring you the information, we will bring it to you as soon as possible and it's the information on the horrific crash. here it is, seconds before the finish line, and then disaster. a rookie racer's car is sent hurdling into the fence, protecting the grandstand, it breaks into flaming pieces and tire and other debris fly through and over the fence. at least 17 fans were injured, one critically. no drivers were hurt. joe carter, cnn po nmpn sports is standing there. let's start with joe. joe, what can you tell us about the injured now? >> well, we are still waiting for an update, date of birth, we know, that like you said, no drivers hurt
things are definitely looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit citi.com/thankyoucards to apply. >>> here is the dog named banana joe, wins best in show. the affenpinscher won the 137th westminster kennel club dog show in new york last night. joe, of course, going out on top. westminster was his final competition. banana joe beating out five other dogs that won in their own categories to be the top dog. "cnn newsroom" continues right now. >>> homestretch. the nightmare cruise is getting closer to shore. the next 24 hours could be the worst yet. i'm brooke baldwin. the news is now. >>> the hunt for fugitive is in flames. we're going inside chris dorner's final moments. >>> plus -- he inspired a jack nickholson character and today one of america's most notorious gangsters tells a judge why he should be let off the hook. >>> and a student sues for mediocre grade. my hot topics panel weighs in. >>> good to see you. i'm brooke baldwin live in the cnn world headquarters. california's largest manhunt is
to wrap things up. let us know what you think. cnn.com/sanjay and follow me on twitter at dr. sanjay gupta. a check of your top stories are next in the cnn "newsroom." >>> hello, everyone, i'm don lemon. thank you so much for joining us. as we go on the air tonight, breaking news. from the sports world. it happened just moments ago. it was a fiery crash that marked the end of today's nascar race in daytona. take a look now at these incredible images that are coming in. there is the video of that crash. listen. >> and a terrible crash coming to the finish. >> this is a big, big wreck. >> kyle larson's car with the front end. >> again, images of that crash, you can see it now in slow motion, sent that car hurdling toward the grandstand. engine parts flying right into the crowd. it happened on the final lap of nascar's nationwide race. our joe carter is there. also a cnn employee, john newsome, who was there too, just trying to enjoy the race. they both join us now by phone. joe, i'm going to start with you. what did you see? what is going on here? >> well, don, our location where we've been
, or tear gas. and they may have used other sorts of grenades as well. that could have set it off. there was a lot of gunfire as well. the gunfire could have set it off. those bullets create a lot of heat going into the cabin. it is not clear how it got started. but that's one thing we also hope to hear from san bernardino sheriff's office. >> miguel marquez all over the story for us in southern california. miguel, we appreciate it. make sure you turn into "ac 360" tonight. anderson will devote the entire hour to this manhunt and to the final shootout. and the fire there at that cabin. tonight 8:00 eastern. >>> meantime, how about the 4200 people still stranded on board that crippled cruise ship? they are now, though, at least one day away from freedom. family are already waiting at that port in mobile, alabama, where this carnival cruise ship is expected to arrive sometime tomorrow afternoon. >> he said the conditions have gotten so bad that they're asking them to use the restroom in bags and they were eating onion sandwiches and that was on monday. you know. i haven't heard anyt
. thank you so much for being with us. i'm carol costello. i want to bring you to rome now because we have some amazing pictures to show you, tens of thousands of the faithful filling st. peters square to hear the pope, who officially leaves office tomorrow. he took one final ride in his familiar pope mobile. you'll see it in a second. that's him sitting -- there he is, and he was waving there to the emotional crowd as the pope mobile moved slowly through that sea of people, heavy security flankd the 85-year-old pope but he could still feel the love. people trying, many holding rosaries and signs, all of them straining to catch one last glimpse of the man who has led the church for nearly eight years. the pope tended to the youngest members of the church, too. some handed them their babies, the pope kissed and blessed them and later the pope bid a final farewell. >> i was deeply grateful for the understanding, support and prayers of so many of you not only in rome but around the world. the decision i have made after much prayers have been in trust of god's will and the deep love of christ'
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